There is a good deal of conversation locally about levies and bond elections to make more money available to public schools. Radio and TV ads bemoan Idaho’s standing as “last” in money expended per student, suggesting that this is an accurate indicator of the value of that education. Perhaps it is worthwhile considering another predictor or education value—parental involvement.
A number of years ago a friend and I were discussing a school levy where we lived in coastal California. He considered ...Continue Reading →